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Intern Contributors

Batch: April - May 2015

Abhishek Sawant: Abhishek is currently pursuing his LL.B degree at V.M. Salgaocar College of Law, in Panjim, Goa. He is a curious mind, foodie, a Red Devil's Fan, Pottermore, and his favourite subjects include Constitutional law, Interpretation of Statutes and International Law. He lives by Sachin Tendulkar’s words - that there is no shortcut to success and without practice and hard work it’s difficult to achieve anything in life. He is also very passionate about music of all kinds, and follows lots of sports very closely such as football and tennis including some political buzz. Abhishek also loves swimming and enjoys the Law. Read his posts here.


Aishwarya Dhakarey: Studying third year law in Symbiosis Law School, Pune, Aishwarya would describe herself as an avid learner in life. She was born and raised in a small town, Rewa, in Madhya Pradesh.  She firmly believes that diligence can help one in the pursuit of their goals. Writing on diverse areas of law is her forte. She has authored several research papers, and has written for various legal websites on topics ranging from human rights to cyber law. International law is new to her and she hopes to explore it in every way possible through this internship. Read her posts here.


Almas Shaikh: Almas Shaikh is a 3rd year Law student pursuing her course at National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi. Her interest in International Law stems from her wish to work for the UN one day. She has had various publications, including topics such as Piracy, RTE in various jurisdictions, Media and Parliamentary Privileges and Sustainable Development in the Nuclear Realm. She is a forthright feminist with a weird, quirky sense of humour. She is an observer, a writer, a cynic, an optimist - basically a bunch of contradictions wrapped up in one person. During her free time, you will find her vociferously consuming the latest fiction novels. Read her posts here. 

Narges Nekooei: Narges was born in Iran. Ever since she can remember, her parents saw her inherent inclination to read and gave her lots of books. Besides being creative and curious, she was tomboyish and made it impossible for people to believe that she would be a student at the best of schools and universities. She was accepted in the most prestigious law school in Iran. Narges realized that she has a long path before her. Concurrent to getting admitted in Tehran University for her LLM in International Law, she surpassed others in the Central Bar Association exam and started her internship. She took to a very recent field of study: Tourism Law. After three years, she wishes to further my education in an American University.  Read her posts here. 

Neerja Gurnani: Neerja Gurnani is a 3rd year student from Amity Law School, Delhi (IP University). She moots extensively, and has been a member of the ALSD Moot Court Society since the past 3 years. She has chaired and participated in several MUNs and conferences. Her areas of interest include media law, competition law, IPR and public international law. When free, she can be often found watching football, reading fiction, or on Twitter. Read her posts here. 




Neli Hristozova: Neli is from Bulgaria and she holds Bachelor’s degree in International relations from the University of National and World Economy in Sofia. She now lives in Denmark and she is currently enrolled in Master’s program in International Security and Law in the University of Southern Denmark. Neli is interested in European Union public policy and external relations, and she is former EU volunteer. She has worked in youth NGO for couple of years and she believes that active young people can make a real difference in today’s world. She spends her free time travelling and learning new languages. Read her posts here. 

Srinivas Raman: Srinivas is an undergraduate student at National Law University Jodhpur. He is a voracious reader and loves creative writing and travelling. He has a few publications to his credit and is currently working on other research papers. He is presently trying to find where he fits in by exploring various fields of law with an open mind. He is a passionate environmentalist and also enjoys dabbling in other disciplines such as veterinary science, zoology and psychology among others. He has a curiosity in the subject of International Law which he is currently trying to cultivate. He also plays the Carnatic violin and is an avid swimmer. Read his posts here.